President Biden's ‘American Rescue Plan' expanded the annual child tax credit from $2,000 to up to $3,600 per child.
The U.S. is reaching a pair of encouraging milestones as the COVID-19 pandemic’s grip on the nation continues to loosen. COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. have dipped below 300 a day for the first time since the outbreak's early days in March 2020.
Starting July 15, monthly child tax credit payments will begin going out to millions of American families. Here’s what you need to know.
President Joe Biden is expected to fall short of his commitment to shipping 80 million COVID-19 vaccine doses abroad by the end of July.
Florida health officials told FOX 35 that nearly six million vaccines in the state have actually been sent back to the federal government.
Parents weighed in on the matter at a board meeting last month and things got heated.
A new study suggests that the Pfizer/BionNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines do not decrease or harm male fertility.
The delta variant, first detected in India, has become dominant in Britain.
High supply, low demand: Local pharmacists say they're wasting coronavirus vaccines.
The director for the National Institutes of Health announced on June 15, that significant progress has been made on an experimental nasal spray that may hopefully be used to treat COVID-19.
A recent report from the Pew Research Center found that COVID-19 accounted for more lost years of life among Americans than all accidental deaths combined in 2020.
Japan’s top medical adviser said the safest way to hold the Tokyo Olympics is without fans, seeming to put him at odds with organizers.
The U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan is locking down because of a massive spike in coronavirus cases among employees. The embassy is ordering staffers into virtual isolation to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
An Orange County School Board meeting about the mask policy had to take recess twice on Thursday just to settle down the crowd.
A new report finds that Latinas have left the workforce at rates higher than any other demographic and also have had some of the highest unemployment rates throughout the pandemic.
A push is underway on Capitol Hill and beyond for a full-blown investigation of the coronavirus outbreak by a national commission like the one that looked into 9/11.
The Labor Department said jobless claims in the U.S. rose 37,000 from the week before to 412,000, an increase for the first time since April.
The Wisconsin Assembly on Wednesday passed a Republican-backed bill that would prohibit businesses, colleges and universities, governments and anyone else in the state from requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
The FDA approved an additional 15 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine made at the troubled Emergent BioSolutions plant in Baltimore, which has been shuttered for weeks.
One major concern is the highly contagious and potentially more severe delta variant of the coronavirus that originated in India. While health officials say the vaccines are effective against it, the fear is that it will lead to outbreaks in states with lower vaccination rates.